The paintings-in-progress were just placed on the easels as the students walked into the room. Instructor Matthew Palmo easily transitioned between talking about the growth of his art classes to greeting and joking with each of the students.
East Aurorans often talk about the village's “walkability,” but one local store has recently added to its “bike-ability.”
The Reverend James J. Maher, president of Niagara University, delivered the commencement address at Christ the King Seminary on Friday, May 8. Thirteen graduates received master’s degrees and three received certificates at the event, which was held in the Seminary’s St. John Vianney Chapel.
Erie County Clerk Chris Jacobs has announced that he will bring a “Thank-A-Vet” outreach event to American Legion Post #362, located at 1 Legion Drive off Center Street in East Aurora, from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday, May 27. The purpose of the event is to issue discount cards to honorably discharged veterans who file their original DD-214 (discharge papers) with the Erie County Clerk’s Office.
The traveling doctor was once a thing of the past, but in East Aurora, one man has made it his mission to change that.
The water service agreement change between the Town of Marilla and the Erie County Water Authority is still being studied, and a public hearing is scheduled next month to hear from water district residents.
The rank of Eagle Scout is the highest award in the Boy Scouts of America. According to the organization's website, only about 7 percent of scouts will earn the distinction this year, and one Elma teen is striving to be the next to boast this achievement.
The Immaculate Conception School Home and School Association recently announced that the school's second annual golf tournament will take place Friday, June 5 at the Holland Hills Golf Course in Colden.